As with normal bar charts, tail movements on a weekly RRG can look a lot different than tail movements on a daily RRG. This article explores why, and how daily vs weekly RRGs can be used to find trading opportunities.
I want to take a different approach in this post. Often we talk about the breakthroughs that we are working on, or the market in general. This time I want to draw attention to a testing error that I’ve seen others perform—and it’s all to do with understanding data.
In the new update of Optuma (Optuma 1.2) we’ve added a new bar colour scheme called “Bolton-Smith”. The naming of this colour scheme is to honour the matriarch of Australian Technical Analysis, Dawn Bolton-Smith, who passed away in August this year.
I recently attended the 30th annual conference for the International Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA). The IFTA Conference is held in a different location every year, and this year's event brought us all together in beautiful Milan.
The DVAN SmartLines module for Optuma is a suite of market tools that gives an investor access to Divergence Analysis’ 27-year moneyflow methodology. The module is comprised of indicators that create a clear framework in which to analyze markets—including trading signals, trend direction, momentum, support/resistance, and buying/selling cycles.
The problem with being early in the markets? It can be painful. Very painful. Even if you end up being vindicated with a positive outcome. Best recent example? As I explained to my wife as we watched The Big Short together, "Sure they were right in the end, but look how miserable they were all along!"
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